1996

Ten Point Action Plan To Reduce Homelessness

The Ten-Point Action Plan to Reduce Homelessness contained within this report is a list of strategies that the City of San Francisco should implement immediately in order to remedy the significant growth in homelessness.

1996

Homeless Group Berates Brown

Housing activists and Mayor Willie Brown go head to head over efforts to prevent homelessness.

1996

Lack of S.F. Housing Decried

The Tenderloin Housing Clinic has to turn away hundreds of low income people looking for housing due to lack of affordable housing. Randy Shaw calls on the city to expand low-income housing.

1998

Housing Help? 

Homeless advocates introduce a counterproposal to Mayor Willie Brown that would give scarce housing funds to low-income tenants rather than hotel owners. Proposing a rent subsidy program to enable participants to afford permanent housing.

1998

S.F. Works to Alter Homelessness Cycle

This Chronicle article highlights THC’s 1998 efforts to encourage City sponsorship of a rental subsidy program that would allow GA recipients to remain housed while they transition to work.